Watch SNL Members Parody Beyoncé’s “Sorry” In Trump Sketch “Melanianade”

The women in Trump’s life want to say, “Boy, bye.”

Since the start of its 42nd season, Saturday Night Live has loved ripping into Donald Trump, with Alec Baldwin consistently giving a solid impression of the Republican nominee. On last night's episode hosted by Emily Blunt, the SNL cast members decided to parody Beyoncé's "Sorry" from the perspective of the women in Trump's life. In a black and white sketch called "Melanianade," Cecily Strong assumes the lead role of Melania Trump, who tells her husband, "Boy, bye." Watch above.

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October 16, 2016
Watch SNL Members Parody Beyoncé’s “Sorry” In Trump Sketch “Melanianade”